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The English language owes a debt of gratitude of Dame Juliana Berners. She was born circa 1388 and is believed to have been the prioress of a nunnery near St. Albans, Hertforshire, England. Her major contribution to literature is "The Boke of St. Albans," a treatise on hawking, hunting and heraldry first published in 1486.
"Afterberners: An Assemblage of Nouns,"
Word Ways: Vol. 24
, Article 4.
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